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CNBC
Jan 5, 2013 6:00am EST
's pretty inexpensive way to make the bet. >> this makes all the sense in the world. if you look at the first chart, this is one of the few situations where a trader is happy to sell the bottom. if it goes through, it's going to go through by a ton. mike makes the case that there's asymmetry of risk. that it's likely to go down more than it's going to go up. he can buy puts inexpensively. we don't often by an outright put. but don't get cute and spread here when you can make a ton of money and you don't want to sell yourself short by selling a downside put. >> that is one of the worst looking charts in the planet. >> on the planet. >> get in there and just buy the put. >> one more time on stocks versus options. stocks and etfs can go up forever and that can be painful. mike's put perch offers leverage to the down side and risks just $85. send us a tweet at cnbc options. we'll answer it right after the show. it has been revamped so you'll find great trader blocks, educational material, check it out. here's what's coming up next. talk about an oscar-worthy trade. >> you like me! >>
FOX Business
Jan 4, 2013 8:00pm EST
no effect. >> i bet you a nickel it does have an effect. the dollar, this one doesn't have an effect, the next one, and i think this country needs a crisis. i think the crisis will be the dollar becomes trash and inflation heads up in a dramatic way. and that will get everyone's attention. we are not going to come together in my opinion unless we have inflation and inflation big time. that will happen -- neil: people have short memories . i wonder whether people remember inflationary time and how painful that is because we cannot keep dodging the reaper. >> and that's the point. i agree. i think that we really need to of fall down on skinner knees and really feel the pain because nobody is paying attention. until they feel that pain which is inflation that nobody knows because it was 30-35 years ago, no one's going to pay attention. he's absolutely right and i agree with them. neil: the market's doing what they're doing. guys like you who know what the score in the skinny is. it is going day today. >> no one wants to look good what is happening, and no one wants to be the guy to get
CNBC
Jan 4, 2013 11:00pm EST
. i wouldn't bet against alcoa. no matter what i need you to give a listen. clause tells you how each market is doing. he's brilliant and tells it to you in a witty way. it's the drol east german sense of humor perhaps. on wednesday we'll take a break from earnings and listen to walgreens symbol wag. the drug star, the cohort has been significant of late. i'm waiting for the multi country initiative now that the tiff with express scripps is in the rear-view mirror. given the strength of global markets its go international strategy might be just right for investors. by the way, the stores, i would sleep in them if they let me. they're fabulous. i like the story. thursday, oh, boy. oh, man. claymation death match coming. herbalife telling you why they are dead wrong for shorting it. to be fair it has to put up great numbers for years now. the ceo might be the most combative and passionate of any executive. i bet he takes the offensive against the most motivated to destroy a company which is the campaign by short seller bill akman to derail herbalife. where do i come down on this dispute
ABC
Jan 4, 2013 11:00pm EST
bet with his t in washington. coffeebeen called the that. if the redskins win on sunday, will send baker a basket containing seattle's and starbucks coffee. if the seahawks win, baker will our coffee toof washington state. that coffee made in landover. a pet goat ise, ack home tonight after having adventure. man wasurgh area earlier in the , when he was bumped by the goat from behind. , namedook the goat in -- name him milton, and tried to find his owner. the owner came forward today. if he had not, he had [ male announcer ] now at your neighborhood subway: the big hot pastrami melt. we perfected the pastrami sandwich -- filled with hot, juicy pastrami, pickles, yellow mustard and bubbly melted cheese. all piled-high on our signature freshly baked ead. made hot, toasty and just for you. and don't be afraid to put your spin on this deli style deliciousity -- add your favorite ingredients, like spicy jalapeÑos or crisp green peppers. get to your local subway and taste some perfect pastrami today! subway. eat fresh. -- folks can rest well this weekend. >> outside, our temperatures ar
ABC
Jan 5, 2013 6:00pm EST
that a deal could be done within the next 48 hours. i wouldn't bet the rangers on it. >> you got to talk to rg iii's .om >> yeah. she said there on the sidelines .o matter the weather >> that is a tough texas lady there. >> someone's trash could be someone else's treasure. the institute of art in baltimore. she is creating a welcome mat for the school that will be f bicycle inner tubes. she began the project about a year ago. she needs a lot more inner tubes. she is accepting donations at the national mall today. we will make a 40 foot long t that is about 12 feet wide. by the be made community. she says she has cleaned out inner tubes in hopes to have success in the district. she needs about 4000 inner tubes to complete the project. this is one more way why a dating site might be handy. someone lost his cell phone after getting out of a cab. in their inphone new year's eve. quick thinking, he created a andional female profile arrange for the person who found his cell phone to come over. he turns around and basically i confront him right here. hand toe $20 and his diffuse the situation as fast
CBS
Jan 4, 2013 11:00pm EST
of course she says they are there. but just a few hours ago no one would be betting on her either. >> why did this wonderful guy do it. >> the man wants to remain anonymous. he's done well. told her lawyer look, i've been blessed in my life and i simply want to help. >> wow, what a great story. >> that's awesome. got to love that and the fact she'll be watching the game. she's confident. >> oh man we're all fired up. it'll be a great game. >> seattle, redskins. you couldn't get any better than this wild card weekend. absolutely. what a turnaround it has been from the 3-6 guys to the 10-6 with the 7-game winning streak. no one saw it coming. the play on the field had to get better, which it did. it might have been an off the field move. we're talking about mike shanahan designating rg3 as one of the captains. high honor for the rookie. he was all in on number 10. even though he had done a lot, they were looking for him to take on more of a leadership role and it worked. the team has not looked back since. >> he said don't be afraid to speak up because guys look to me not as their leader, b
CBS
Jan 4, 2013 5:00pm PST
no, you'll be deceived he could be a pro ball player. he wants to be a lawyer. i'll bet he wants to be a ballplayer. but if you're gonna marry him, it'll be better if he's a lawyer. why? then he won't be on the road. all those baseball hussies? who said anything about getting married? it never crossed your mind? he keeps saying he has something that he wants to talk to me about. he sounds real nervous. ( giggles ) he's such a little boy. hey, baby, how about a date? ♪ seems like the other day ♪ my baby went away ♪ he went away across the sea ♪ he said that we were through ♪ hey, hey, college boy. did you see, uh, callison choke in the ninth inning last night? he didn't choke. the ump robbed him. that last pitch was low and inside. ♪ oh, no that last pitch ♪ oh, no, no, no, no nside. ♪ remember ♪ walking in the sand... these degenerates. you know... you're not like the rest of them. 'cause i play baseball? are you sure you're a fag? are you sure you're italian? ♪ whatever happened to gin? ♪ the boy that i once knew? ♪ what will i do with it now? ♪ remembe
SFGTV
Jan 5, 2013 4:00am PST
went to a bet thing and so who knows what my next ventures will be and i still have my oslo and scandinavian -- a farmling community in the central valuegee and so i think i is it have -- so if you are thinking what am i doing going to loss oh, in the middle of winter., you know i saw a film and never scoped my interest in scandinavian culture and is that doesn't take away at all to my comment and being proud of being latin and sevenning the latin community this past year and so i'm grateful to my supporter and is grateful to the residents of district five and i love the city and happy to have had the opportunity to serve on this board. a. (applause). . >> thank you supervisor olague. our final accommodation of the day will be to our second colleague local be leaving us today although he know he is not going far sean i have to say when i read the resolution that was draft of the to you today i was honestly blown away by how much you have done over the whereas and supervisor elsburnd has served for the past 12 years to supervisor tone aye hall and as well as belong to t
SFGTV
Jan 5, 2013 10:00am PST
citizens, mr. rifkin bet r be willing to pay $100 a month for his fast pass. [speaker not understood] equality for everyone. >> next speaker, please. >> barry toronto followed by mark gruberg. is mr. gruberg here? okay, all right. >> mr. toronto. >>> yes, good afternoon again. i first want to alert you that i saw on facebook somebody shared a link of an article in the new york times about the international association of taxi regulators was working on creating regulations to deal with those apps, [speaker not understood] and side cart. our own chris hiyashi has been instrumental in being involved in helping create those regulations. i think i'm a little disturbed that this information is not getting out to you guys and to us about what you guys are actually doing. i think it's important that this information and what she's actually proposing be included, is actually advertised -- proposed -- advertised so we have an idea what's going on. and that helps us in having confidence that sfmta is doing something, and where this is going to go. and i think that's important that you get a pre
SFGTV2
Jan 4, 2013 7:30pm PST
of san francisco, i bet that you will be able to tell which one is which. >> the 10-year-old girl is the president of her class at her elementary school and the larger person is a member of the board of supervisors. >> hang on hannah oconnel and scott weiner. [ applause ] >> so i am not hannah. i will be reading wishes tonight and alternate. the first is from sisters in gramic of the sisters of loreto my wish is that we achieve marriage equality in every state and we resend doma on the federal level to achieve full quality for lesbian and gay relationships across the land. >> i wish that the bees were not dying from. >> that is a good one. >> my hope is for improved economic conditions for my country's most vulnerable people that we create healthy environments and green spaces and by country men and women become fully conscious of their ability to change things for the better. >> baptist from haiti. my wish is for more justice, economic as well as social justice, starting with the recognition that poverty is not a sin. >> i wish for wish for a world without boarders and walls, age
NBC
Jan 5, 2013 9:00am EST
at 2013pic.org/service. >>> you can bet that quite a few of the hundreds of thousands flocking to the national mall will have smart phones. cell phone companies are getting ready. "the washington post" says at least nine temporary cell phone towers are coming to places around the mall. the change comes after many complained about slow service at the last inauguration caused by bandwidth congestion. that was before many people had more high capacity smart phones. >>> and it's a sign we're in the digital age. billions of tweets are being archived for the purpose of history. the library of congress says it's collected about 170 billion tweets in the last three years. twitter is apparently donating much of its archive to the library. what's likely to be the most noteworthy? the very first tweet posted back in 2006. a viewer said inviting co-workers was the first tweet. librarians are working on a way to store and search all of the messages, which is kind of scary. >> you never tweet me inviting co-workers. >>> now for a preview of what's inside the pages of this week's kids post. >
CSPAN
Jan 5, 2013 7:00am EST
" continues. host: by next guest work -- wrote this book, "bet the farm." let me start by using your subtitle. how did food stop being food? guest: so much of the focus an emphasis on the food problem and the hundred problem has been on the industrialization of the food system. what we have seen again and again is the fact that large businesses are taking over the food stream. this was the first wave food stopped being food. food became part of their spread sheet. became part of their profit and loss statement. i started thinking, how else has to stop being food? is stopping food and became a legal construct in terms of genetic modification. it stopped being food and became a marketing tool in terms of sustainability. it stopped being food and became a political tool that the united nations. and finally and most dangerously, who has become one of the most -- i should say, newest financial derivatives. wall street has started to use food as a financial plaything. this has been a dire circumstance for food, the ultimate way to have stopped being food. host: to take a quote from your book, you s
CNN
Jan 5, 2013 10:00am PST
the technology area right now. last year, i bet on the cues. the year before i bet on the qs. i hear the case about slowing earnings, but the stocks have already slowed down. apple is 200 points below its high. if you start to look at them statistically, the price earnings ratios on big cap stocks are less than the s&p 500. the future, the future growth, secular growth of the industry has got to be twice that of the s&p, yet it's got a p/e ratio that's 3 percentage points less. 3 multiple points. the other factor i like about it is, this is the reason employment growth hasn't been strong. substitution of labor for capital, clearly we've seen productivity rise because of what's going on in technology. the world still has to be wired without any question whatsoever. and i get back to this valuation issue again, if you look at free cash flow, enterprise value versus free cash flow, the top five stocks in the big tech index are selling at half of the multiple that they were five and ten years ago. my god, this is an industry that's gone bananas on one side of the earnings and yet the price earnin
CBS
Jan 4, 2013 6:00pm PST
the butterflies mean. and i don't see any bruises on toya. well, you find the man in the bedroom, i bet you'll get some answers. case number 3579. i was rosie miles' court-ordered supervisor for, uh... for ten months. court ordered, mr. freely? yeah, rosie got a dui three years ago. judge didn't take the kid away, but he assigned me to be her caseworker. rosie have a drinking problem? pregnant at 17, dad's mia before her baby's born. when she realizes all she's got toook forward to in life is pampers and stretch marks, she finds go at the bottom of a forty. did she ever hit toya? no. ever notice any bruises? never. no, the court would have taken her away if she did. that's what i was there for. you were at rosie's apartment the day of the murder, right? we call them unannounced home visits. rosie's snoring, tv's blasting, kid's eating ho hos for breakfast, the usual. but you said in your report that everything was satisfactory. according to department guidelines, it was. did she have a boyfriend might've hurt toya? i don't think rosie liked men all that much. is that a fact. i don't mean gay. just
CBS
Jan 5, 2013 1:35am PST
at westmore. i'll bet he's probably getting in around now. maybe we should go and see if we can get him to clarify a thing or two, huh? okay. put any more thought into playing for the fbi team? ah, you know. i played minor league ball. the stockton rangers. my last time up at bat, pitcher's on fumes, right? throws me a gopher ball, i mean the kind of fat, slow pitch you know is going over the fence. aw... you missed it. doubled. okay. by the time i got around first, i knew in my heart i'd never be more than a mediocre single-a player. signed up for the fbi entrance exam the next day. ( bell ringing ) wait, i've seen that crest. lisa bayle's daughter goes to this school. i think she plays the violin. that's gotta be the connection the kid takes music lessons from andric. bayle and riley know the same man and they're killed the exact same way. it's not a coincidence. no. excuse me. we're with the fbi. is this mark andric's classroom? uh... yeah. he's out sick. i'm the sub. sir, i'd like to look through this drawer. is that okay with you? yeah, sure. how long you been here? just over a wee
PBS
Jan 4, 2013 4:30pm PST
. pierce, florida. >> susie: and you can bet that companies like jamba juice are paying close attention to that issue. jamba is coming off a terrific 2012: it's been cutting costs launching new products and expanding outside the u.s. the stock surged more than 75% in the past year. earlier today erika miller spoke with c.e.o. james white and began by asking him what he sees as the biggest threat to jamba juice's positive momentum. >> we're thrilled with the results we had in 2012. we grew our same-store sales at really the top of our industry. we had eight consecutive quarters, growth over the last two years as we completed the turnaround of the country. we'll restore the company to profitability in 2012, which we're really excited about. >> reporter: as you know, mcdonald's is now selling smoothies and starbucks has gotten aggressively into the premium juice business. how coyou plan to fend off those comp pettative threats? >> the compittors actually expanded, we think, the awareness of the importance of better-for-you and good-for-you products. we are coming off growth in the face of
PBS
Jan 5, 2013 12:00am PST
bet. tavis: that's our show for tonight. thanks for watching, and keep the faith. >> for more information on today's show, visit tavis smiley at pbs.org. join me next time for a conversation with emmy winner of michael chiklis. that is next time. we will see you then. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is always the right time to do the right thing. day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminate hunger, and we have a lot of work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> be more. pbs. >> be more. pbs.
SFGTV
Jan 5, 2013 11:00am PST
to get over there weren't going to fall into the hands of somebody that might use them, you're betting against the odds. the shooter in newtown, connecticut, got those guns from his home, legally purchased firearms. we took 2 96 guns off the street here thankful to dr. joe marshall and omega boys club. over 150 handguns, almost 150 rifles and shotguns, these are not what people keep saying aren't going to make a difference. this is absolutely making a difference. and i would say to the nra or anybody that says, hey, this isn't the problem, if it's not the problem, it will make a difference, it should make a difference banning them. let's err on the side of caution, keep the kids safe. thank you. >> let me also echo again my appreciation for commissioner dr. joe marshall because omega boys club has been a great partner. they are part of our effort to organize commutes, to intervene as early as we can, and i totally agree with the chief that these particular guns, if you look at them up front and close, you'll see they really shouldn't be in anybody's homes. they're designed to kill folk
CBS
Jan 4, 2013 7:00pm EST
worrell, "n.b.r.," ft. pierce, florida. >> susie: and you can bet that companies like jamba juice are paying close attention to that issue. jamba is coming off a terrific 2012: it's been cutting costs launching new products and expanding outside the u.s. the stock surged more than 75% in the past year. earlier today erika miller spoke with c.e.o. james white and began by asking him what he sees as the biggest threat to jamba juice's positive momentum. >> we're thrilled with the results we had in 2012. we grew our same-store sales at really the top of our industry. we had eight consecutive quarters, growth over the last two years as we completed the turnaround of the country. we'll restore the company to profitability in 2012, which we're really excited about. >> reporter: as you know, mcdonald's is now selling smoothies and starbucks has gotten aggressively into the premium juice business. how coyou plan to fend off those comp pettative threats? >> the compittors actually expanded we think the awareness of the importance of better-for-you and good-for-you products. we are coming o
CNN
Jan 5, 2013 3:00pm PST
, i suspect, i have not looked at the appropriation, i bet you the great bulk of that money is for community purposes, bridges, roads, sewers, water. i doubt that much of that government money is going to be reserved for individual payments, for individuals residing in the area. fema, i suspect will go to community-wide improvements. >> what is the most difficult decision you had to make in giving away government money to the victims of 9/11, bp, or katrina, the virginia tech shooting. these other areas where you were asked to distribute funds? >> in all of these cases whether it is bp or 9/11, or virginia tech, any of them, the emotion that you confront with people who justifiably have been wronged through no fault of their own. they are innocent victims. they are frustrated by life's misfortune. and you have to try and empathize with people, and sort of try to be a psychiatrist, in trying to gauge that emotion. and try to deal with them as best you can. >> ken fineberg, good luck. >>> and falling well short of what they had to do. >> we had a chance for our generation to d
CSPAN
Jan 5, 2013 9:00am EST
of swimming at bozeman hot springs and i'd bet you have been there too. >> it is still there. >> great place. the other is a question about viruses. i imagine it is a small number but does anyone know what percentage of viruses are pathogen like the ones you mentioned? >> nobody knows how many virus is there are. we hear talk about it will some estimating, living species are on planet earth. no one knows how many species of vertebrates and invertebrates animal and plants and fungi there are with any precision to make estimates ranging from eight million to thirty million to 1 hundred million species but then when you add virus is and bacteria, nobody knows. the percentage of viruss that the damage of animals that are pathogenic to humans may well be a small percentage but the ones that are the exception to that are consequential. thanks for your question. >> i enjoyed your book song of the dove very much and used it when i was a student in a class on biology. i have a question about the study of the genealogy of these diseases. i was curious, using the human genome from the deep pass where t
FOX News
Jan 4, 2013 10:00pm PST
% of mailings that were returned, you bet your life we're going to scrub through them and make sure that the information that we have is up-to-date. >> the 4%, 19,000 people is enough to fill the boston gardens, that's a lot of people that they don't know where they are. >> it's a lot of people, not all of whom do you or i know are actually on the welfare. >> but isn't that the-- >> so how did massachusetts lose track of all of these people and where is all of that taxpayer money really going? republican massachusetts state representative shauna o'connell joins us and is the governor correct that not all of those people, 19,000, are actually receiving welfare? what can you tell me about how many people are missing and how many of those missing are believed to be getting welfare payments and perhaps incorrectly? >> well, this is information that we don't have yet, greta, that we should already have. they've known about this for many, many months now and it is consistent with the administration and the department of transitional assistance to not come out with information, to keep it
FOX News
Jan 4, 2013 11:00pm PST
. absolutely. firefighter. you bet. commercial airline pilot. indeed. fifth one, p.r. executives. the fifth most stressful job in america. can't make it up. >> bob: bob on this show. >> eric: true. >> andrea: true. >> dana: next year write in. p.r. executive as the fifth most stressful job in america. >> bob: mine is welcome to the obama recovery. 155,000 jobs were added last month on top of the revised figure from the month before. coming back and coming back strong. we are going to be america and be strong. biggest economy in the world. >> dana: all right. somebody cried wolf. greg? >> greg: thank you, floating dana perino head. where are you floating to later? >> dana: i am going to dinner with harold burrson. he is amazing. >> greg: that was rhetorical question. my one more thing, i'm on o'reilly tonight. great "red eye" tonight with michael ian black and nick gillespie. tune in to that. >> dana: this has become the self-promotion, greg gutfeld. >> greg: given up. >> dana: have you written a book? >> bob: left out of your book. >> greg: "joy of hate" on the best seller list. greatest bo
MSNBC
Jan 5, 2013 11:00am PST
in the blanks? >> this issue is very close to the president's heart. so my bet and my money would be on a bold proposal of the white house. of course, there are negotiations and that's part of the process, and if you peel off what matt was saying and if one of the more interesting statistics was the fact that 65% of people who were polled in this election felt that undocumented workers should have a path to citizenship. so this is an issue where the will of the american people will be behind a reform package and in the president's heart he would like to do something big. >> you will see the president out there pushing this thing using those campaign-style events that he's become such a fan of. let's move to gun control now. i want to continue to talk about this because one of the things that continues to happen is something tragic happens and after a month or two we all move on to something else, now in regard to this, in the wake of the tragic shootings in newtown, we've seen republican lawmakers saying they're willing to re-evaluate the nation's gun laws and they include marco rubio, chuck g
FOX
Jan 5, 2013 6:00pm EST
counterpart from seattle. >> i have a bet with seattle's mayor. the team who loses has to fly the other's city flag over city hall for a day. >> the mayor's score prediction for tomorrow's game, 31-26. >> it is one thing to be a redskins fan and quite another to alter your body to honor the team. tonight, one native washington is showing how she is not only cheering the burgundy and gold but helping them claw their way to the top. >> you might hear the click of her heels but it's the tap of her finger nails that will get your attention. >> art. >> reporter: art, all eight feet of it. that's how long her finger names would be if you lined them all up. >> altogether, 97 inches. >> she is a proud native. >> southeast d.c >> what's going on now with the redskins? >> oh, my gosh. >> has her pretty excited. her favorite player. >> come on, now, rgiii. >> reporter: her advice to the skins savior. >> relax, take it all in. nfl means not for long. >> how long has she been growing her finger nails? >> 11 years. >> reporter: she has been painting them every season since. even with critics. >> i love him.
CNN
Jan 4, 2013 6:00pm PST
'm a football fanatic. the round ball, football. also attended the summer olympics in london and even made a bet with former president bill clinton on the ryder cup which he paid up for, by the way. this year i talked to the biggest names in sport about what it takes to be the very best and what it feels like to be a world champion. what a moment for you, eh? the green jacket. can i touch it? >> yeah, go ahead. >> how does it feel? >> it feels nice. >> how does it really feel to be bubba watson right now? >> it's overwhelming. people like yourself wanting to talk to me. for me to come to new york and do these interviews and meet you for first time. it's a special time. >> why have you given me the big exclusive interview? somebody's told me the rather unnerving reason why. >> because when you were on this other show "america's got talent" you were a [ bleep ]. so i wanted to come here and make fun of you just like you make fun of everybody else. >> i heard that was the reason. it genuinely was, wasn't it? >> yeah, for sure. >> because i'm a [ bleep ]. i don't care how we got you here, i'll take
CNN
Jan 5, 2013 9:00am PST
the prosecution is going to be, or are they going to be more actively involved? my bet in this case, marty, is that you're going to see activity by the defense counsel, you're going to see the introduction of a mental health expert. both sides get two witnesses. and you're right, it's going to last a week, maybe even more, because among other things the prosecution intends to introduce 30 hours, 30 hours of video. so that, along with a number of witnesses, will clearly fill up a week if not more. we're going to have to see which tack the defense team is going to take here. >> and just so people clearly understand, because it does sound very much like a trial, it is not, and there is no jury here pipt's the judge that makes the ruling. right, richard? >> no jury. >> right. and the standard is so minimal, marty. it is so minimal that this judge, i'm telling you, could do it in an hour, although he'll allow it to go. and normally a criminal defense attorney salivates at a preliminary hearing. they want to see as much evidence, as much of the proof of the people that they can see. however, in
CSPAN
Jan 4, 2013 7:00pm EST
. >> and andrea mitchell. who is probably been working since 5:00 this morning, too. >> i bet you every single person here has been up since 5:00. >> block i saw the dress andrea had on, and i thought -- >> that was clever. you're not a rhodes scholar for thing. >> 4:30 wakeup for the morning joe. >> oh, my gun. what time do you get up? >> 4:30 to 5:00. >> i'm the late raiser, 5:00 to 5:30. >> how late do you work straight through? typically. i guess every day is different. >> when you're doing the "today" program you have to be the last one out at night to make sure you have the overnight. especially secretary clinton was traveling because there were late and early developments as well. so i'm there until 10:00 or 11:00, and i can go out and get michigan to eat and come back. >> for the two people in america who don't know andrea mitchell, i want to introduce her. incomes' chief foreign affairs correspondence. one of the most respected and hardest working journalist in america and we're delighted she is here. next to her is shirley ann jackson, the president of poly tick nick cal institute th
CSPAN
Jan 5, 2013 5:00pm EST
, and i was asked why did i write it? was it an awakening? i said, you bet it is. it stuns me that half of the american population fell for the empty montra of hope and change. the obama administration was going to be that transcendent administration that brought us all together. that is why barack obama earned the white house because he said he was going to be the great uniter. remember that beautiful inaugural address? it was glorious. he said to conservatives, i want to listen to you, especially when we disagree. okay. nice, beautiful, beautiful idea. he was going to meet with conservatives in congress once a week. that was a great idea too. he meant twice, twice, two times. three days after that beautiful speech, the conservatives in congress came to the white house, and they had a meeting, and eric cantor, congressman from virginia, articulated the conservative perspective on increasing taxes, that we shouldn't do it. you know what obama said three days after he said i'll listen to you, especially when we disagree. he said, you lost, i won, i trump you on that. he said he wants the
CSPAN
Jan 5, 2013 6:00am EST
, they will not have a good negotiating partner. i would bet that they not go forward with that. if they are convinced -- those who want to use the debt ceiling as a tool to bring change that they want, if they realize for sure that they are not going to have a negotiating partner, they will have to find another route to bring their change. the only way they get leverage is when they think we might negotiate on this issue. it was very sad that in 2011 when that happened, and i think there's a strong consensus not to repeat what i would call -- what most of us would regard as a mistake. ok, thank you, everybody. >> next, live your calls and comments on the washington journal. a forum on efforts to combat human trafficking around the world. >> the big discussion that i remember was, what is richard nixon going to do? >> and remember saying, this was like a time bomb. it is a disaster for all of us. >> he said, john dean has just wrote me a list of 50 names of people and wants a full field investigation. that is a very unpleasant thing to have happen to you. >> the chief of staff called me. i cannot reme
CSPAN
Jan 5, 2013 6:30pm EST
. the betting odds are they will not stand up to the challenge to the same court that through out its previous rules. reclassification is another option. i would not be surprised if they were struck down but regardless, i think the chairman what he chooses to do and if he leaves and who the president chooses to appoint would define the president's legacy. >> i think reclassification would be a huge political fight. the issue is whether that neutrality is a small issue compared to the power of the f.c.c. -- if the f.c.c. reclassifies what they consider the internet they would have the power to regulate it that the way old telephone companies were. the f.c.c. wouldville more power and lawmakers would freak out if they tried to do that. they saw the docket open they have not closed it and the democrats usually say something like, we are still considering it and we have not made a decision and the republicans would like to make a decision not reclals fie it. >> i agree with that assessment. yes, republicans in particular would go ballistic if they did that but if they feel that is their best optio
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Jan 5, 2013 3:00am PST
to know how to make more money in 2013? i bet you da. next guest has the answer. nicole petallides is here. nice to see you. >> nice to see you as well. i understand you are at your desk down at the new york stock exchange, you have asking that can help us all save a little bit of money. >> look, there is old school and then there is new vote. the old school be with the coin jar. everywhere all the time in your pockets, in your couch, and your bag, have you coins everywhere. just put them together. i go regularly across the street to tv ameritrade and i cash it in. i'm telling you i got 100 bucks. >> every month? >> all the time, regularly. i fill up a cup like that and put in a bag. i do one more cup and i'm off. i'm not a ameritrade customer. i pay small interest. they take out a little bit about 6%. but honestly you can rack that up so quickly. why have it lying all around. they take pennies. >> people still. >> i think pennies are good. there are a lot of pennies hanging around my house. >> the quarters add up the most tucker, okay? >> of course. found money. i have a ton of old cell p
NBC
Jan 5, 2013 2:05am PST
. >> yeah. >> what kind of changes they want to make. >> i bet so many people it's losing weight. they want to lose weight. >> yeah. >> there's actually a new app that's out. is that correct? >> this is a cool thing. this is the kind of deal where you punch in your height, your weight, and how much weight you want to lose over what kind of a period of time, and you type it in this app, and it's called my fit pal.com. they say this is the number one app for weight loss. it breaks it down to how many calories you need to eat per day to get your goal by whatever time you would like to reach your goal. >> i thought that was cool. >> you don't really have to think about it. you put the info in, and it follows it for you. >> you put your food in. they calculate the calories. you know how many more calories you have before the end and that. i don't think i'm disciplined enough to punch everything in, and i think if i even wrote down what i eat over the course of a day -- >> you would be freaked out. >> i would be disgusted with myself. >> you are not a big eater. >> i am. you know what i'm big on?
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Jan 4, 2013 5:00pm PST
" tonight. thank you so much. >> all right, ed. >> you bet. >>> republicans are planning to take a hostage with the debt ceiling coming up. then the nypd offers some advice from a hostage negotiator. eugene robinson and howard fineman with the latest on all of that. >>> and later, the house passes a partial sandy relief bill, but not without republican opposition. liz winsted weighs in on the sandy 67. stay tuned. >>> welcome back to "the ed show." our country really is on the verge of one of the most important financial discussions that we have ever had. yet republicans are planning to hold americans hostage by using the debt court of appealing to cut the big three, go after the entitlements. the only move they have is to spread misinformation in a desperate attempt to gain support, because if you look at every poll, they don't have the support that the president has. meanwhile, president obama is going to need to show what leverage he has. the white house is going to need to position itself perfectly in order to prevent a financial collapse from happening. the american people and the pre
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Jan 4, 2013 6:00pm PST
royaling the clinton white house. and yeah, president clinton was ahead. but it was not a sure bet in 1996. and so rolling toward that election, at the end of the summer, 1996, the nominating conventions for both sides ended up being important, and also sort of unexpectedly entertaining. >> tradition holds that this speech be delivered tomorrow night. but president clinton asked me to speak tonight. and you can probably guess the reason why. my reputation for excitement. this is some crowd. i've been watching you doing that macarena on television. and if i could have your silence, i would like to demonstrate for you the al gore version of the macarena. [ cheering ] would you like to see it again? >> al gore's single best moment of the 1996 campaign. but the thing he referenced at the top there about the timing of his speech supposed to be tomorrow night, that ended up being really important. al gore did give his speech a night earlier than would have been normally expected based on tradition. it was the next night that bill clinton ended up giving his speech, not al gore. and overnight, in
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